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Question: I saw a recent report on telehealth that addresses a situation in which the telehealth patient refuses follow-up care. In the scenario, the patient is determined by the provider to require a... More
Question: A new patient came in and saw our physician assistant (PA) for some lacerations. She did not see a doctor. A week later the patient returned for follow up with an M.D. For purposes of billin... More
You’ll have one fewer E/M office visit code to report in 2021 after the AMA finalized its plan to delete 99201 from the CPT master list. While use of 99201 is trending down, some specialties t... More
Question: I saw a recent report on telehealth that addresses a situation in which the telehealth patient refuses follow-up care. In the scenario, the patient is determined by the provider to require a... More
Question: A new patient came in and saw our physician assistant (PA) for some lacerations. She did not see a doctor. A week later the patient returned for follow up with an M.D. For purposes of billin... More
You’ll have one fewer E/M office visit code to report in 2021 after the AMA finalized its plan to delete 99201 from the CPT master list. While use of 99201 is trending down, some specialties t... More
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About 100 codes, including E/M office visits (99201-99215), are eligible for telehealth reporting under Medicare in 2020. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, CMS will allow Medicare providers to deliver telehealth services without site-of-service restrictions.
Modifier 25 indicates a "significant, separately identifiable E/M service." Incorporate the tips below and click the "Download file" link above to access a modifier 25 decision tree.
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